On 22nd May 2018, Thoothukudi (Tuticorin) in the Tamil Nadu state of India, turned violent when protest demanding the closure of Vedanta’s Sterlite Copper unit entered in a clash between the protestors and the police, killing 11 people. These protests … Continue reading Dereliction of Public Consent in EIA: The Sterlite Plant Controversy
Human beings across the globe have gradually developed sensitivity towards the concept of sustainable development and have started using the natural resources cautiously. We, in some or the other form, have made efforts to save each and every component which … Continue reading Right to environment calls for justice!!
Protectionism involves any attempt by a country to impose restrictions on trade in goods and services. Countries resort to protectionism in ways that are not obvious and meddle with the forces of a free market (demand and supply) for the … Continue reading The Guise of Climate change and Protectionist Trade Laws
“What a nice day! Let’s go somewhere to relax…” Somewhere can mean anywhere, but usually by using the word “relax”, people tend to think in nature. Beautiful landscapes, fresh air, cute animals; who would not be attracted to that? There … Continue reading Visiting a National Park
“If they have wings, let them fly” There are several videos on internet about funny and cute talking parrots. We love them, they make us laugh and we even want to have one at home, but stop right there!!! Did … Continue reading Wild Animals as Pets: legal aspects
“Story begins with nature’s ignorance by men and ends with the victims of natural disaster. Story rebegins with a legal identity being given to nature and poses an unending series of questions predicting the consequences thereto…” Legal world of environmental … Continue reading Sue In the name Of Holy River